Flight MH370 Wreckage Search No Progress in the Last 8 Weeks Because of Atrocious Weather Conditions!

Meanwhile, in a tripartite meeting held on June 20 to 21, officials of Australia, China, and Malaysia have agreed to the decision to search the 120,000 square kilometers in the southern Indian Ocean by August.

During the meeting, it was also agreed upon that the search will no longer extend beyond the already expanded search zone especially if investigators do not find credible information as regards the probable location of the plane.

Investigators believe that someone may have deliberately switched off the plane’s transponder before diverting it thousands of miles off course over the Indian Ocean.

Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014 laden with 239 passengers and crew shortly after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia bound for Beijing in China.

All the five plane parts of Flight MH370 found so far came from the right side of the aircraft, making a number of investigators to theorize that Flight MH370 may have changed course under the control of a conscious pilot before going down and crashing.

The latest theory actually goes against the previous theory made early this year that Flight MH370 might have suffered from a hypoxia event before it crashed, meaning the pilot was unconscious at the controls.

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  1. ATSB rticular & Aussies in general have covered their ears in acute embarrassment because Aussies no longer want to hear how badly they’ve got the search wrong. They’ve also closed their minds to alternative explanations. I have never seen a worse case of delusional psychosis gripping a whole nation and in particular the Australian aviation community.

    Their own ATSB report of 3rd December 2015 spells it out in black and white that MH370 suffered a massive power failure to the SDU satellite antenna system from 18:03 to 18:25.

    Inside there is a vital piece of equipment called the AFC Oscillator which is a highly temperature sensitive crystal. This is used to match the aircraft’s return signal frequency to the Doppler shift of the satellite. The AFC Oscilator has to be heated by a small electric heater otherwise the BFO Doppler shift becomes distorted. Obviously with an unpowered SDU, the AFC Oscillator’s heater was not working either.

    This means the aircraft’s return signal wandered off frequency and appeared to show MH370 flying west in a detour around Sumatra, but after 18:25 the AFC Oscillator gradually warmed again which seemed to create a data track portraying MH370 curving back towards Australia from Banda Aceh.

    Why is it that nobody at the ATSB seems to have the common sense to figure this out?

    Australia is a nation of Emus but they behave a lot like Ostriches.

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